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Travel Blogs from Montepulciano
... find a parking space (sigh.), we finally located one, parked, and headed towards a big hill. While we walked, Becky and I quizzed mum and dad on where we were going because we had no idea (apart from that it was in Gubbio.). It turns out that we were taking a gondola up a really big hill! I was excited, because I love heights. We bought tickets, and waited for a gondola carriage. The 'carriage' turned out to be a bird ...
... frescos. We walked to the Duomo after, which again is similar to the one in Florence with similar architecture and colors. After doing all the sightseeing we wanted, we took on the next challenge, finding and getting to our hostel. Luckily I was with Steph, who knows how to navigate and stays so calm. We had to take a bus about 4 miles from the center which doesn't seem that daunting, but when you don't speak Italian and don't know which bus and which direction to go ...
... it said in one of the guide things that there are grass snakes, vipers, and scorpions (okay. Admittedly the scorpions are only 3 cm long, and grass snakes are harmless, but still...)! We walked up through the grass in blistering heat, until (finally!) we got to the fence that bordered the driveway. I had no idea how we were all going to get across, but then dad gave us all a ...
... university town and it is really trendy. It is pretty big, and the community outside the walls is also really large. It feels vibrant, busy and alive. There was the usual narrow, windy streets with the most amazing architecture. The buildings, duomo, museums and fountains were awesome. Many of these being built out of a pink and white stone. Just beautiful. I would love to have had more time to go to the museum as they had some ...
... half and gave me that. I didn’t have the heart to say no, so now I have to nibble my way through that over the next few days. Every now and then when my eyes strayed from the fruit or fish or meat stalls, I would look up and catch these most amazing views. You could never get tired at looking at that.
To walk off some of the produce consumed, and because it was such a beautiful day, I decided to walk and get lost and see what I would ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking